The 32-bit-Microcontroller with its special feature set represents the ideal choice for applications, where more performance, connectivity, safety and security are needed.
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The XMC™ family: One MCU platform. Countless solutions.
The XMC™ microcontroller family is based on ARM® Cortex®-M cores. It is dedicated to applications in the segments of power conversion, factory and building automation, transportation and home appliances . XMC1000 bring together the ARM® Cortex®-M0 core and market-proven and differentiating peripherals in a leading-edge 65 nm manufacturing process. XMC4000 are powered by ARM® Cortex®-M4 with a built-in DSP instruction set.
The AURIX™ family: Safety joins performance
The AURIX™ microcontroller combines three powerful technologies within one silicon die, achieving new levels of power, speed, and economy for embedded applications . The AURIX™ microcontroller is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding embedded control systems applications where the competing issues of price/performance, real-time responsiveness, computational power, data bandwidth, and power consumption are key design elements
Embedded Power ICs (System-on-Chip)
Embedded Power ICs integrate on single die the 32-bit microcontroller, the non-volatile flash memory, the analog and mixed signal peripherals, the communication interfaces along with the driving stages needed for either relay, half-bridge or full-bridge DC and BLDC motor applications. Our System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions enable PCB space saving, reduce cost through minimum number of external components, and enable multiple and flexible designs. They can be used for a range of motor control applications such as window lift, sunroof, wiper, auxilary pumps, HVAC fans, engine cooling fan.
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